AT&T rolls new 4G LTE coverage out to several markets across the U.S.Alex Wagner - Editorial Director of News and Content
Thanksgiving and Black Friday are both fast-approaching, which means that many folks will be using their handsets to help them travel, pass the time and find out if that doorbuster 32-inch LED TV is any cheaper on Amazon. AT&T today announced some news that can help with all three. The big blue carrier says that its 4G LTE network is now available in five new markets and that it's expanded in another portion of the U.S. The list of freshly-activated service is as follows:
- Pueblo, Colo.
- Marion, Ind. (includes Gas City, Hartford City, Shamrock Lakes, Upland and Fowlerton)
- Faribault and Northfield, Minn.
- Fernley, Nev.
- Amsterdam, N.Y. (includes Church Corners, Cranesville, Fort Johnson, Hagaman, Harrower, Kellogg Reservoir, Manny Corners, and Tribes Hill)
- Southern Tier region of New York (includes portions of the Village of Owego, North Avenue (Route 96), Front Street (Route 17C), the Route 17 Southern Tier Expressway, and Marvin and West Main Street Parks)
This latest AT&T LTE expansion may be a bit on the small side, but it's still good to see Ol' Blue continuing to grow is network, especially as we dive headfirst into the holiday season. Do you have AT&T LTE coverage where you live? If so, how has it been treating you lately?